‘Dancing With The Stars’, ‘Shark Tank’, ‘Celebrity Wheel of Fortune’, ‘Celebrity Jeopardy!’ & ‘What Would You Do?’ Renewed At ABC

The unscripted renewals keep coming at ABC.

The Disney-owned network has renewed another swathe of reality shows including Dancing with the Stars, Shark Tank, Celebrity Wheel of Fortune, Celebrity Jeopardy! and What Would You Do?.

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American Idol and The Bachelor are also returning.

This comes after it already renewed Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, Claim To Fame and Press Your Luck earlier this month. It also has a reboot of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, as revealed by Deadline.

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Dancing with the Stars returns for Season 33, Shark Tank is back for Season 16, Celebrity Wheel of Fortune is spinning its fifth season, Celebrity Jeopardy! is asking questions for season three and What Would You Do? is back for Season 17.

DWTS, which is hosted by Alfonso Ribeiro and co-host Julianne Hough, will once again simulcast on Disney+. The show’s thirty-second season, which finished up in December, was won by Xochitl Gomez and Val Chmerkovskiy. The show is produced by BBC Studios LA.

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Celebrity Jeopardy! returns for season three. It’s not clear whether Ken Jennings, who replaced Mayim Bialik will remain as host of the Sony Pictures Television-produced show.

Celebrity Wheel of Fortune will return with Vanna White as host after she signed a new deal last year. The show is produced by Sony Pictures Television and distributed by CBS Media Ventures. Bellamie Blackstone executive produces.

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Shark Tank will also be back after its fifteenth season just finished airing. The show, which is based on a Japanese format, may, however, have to contend with the departure of Mark Cuban after this upcoming season. The Shark said that he was leaving the show after Season 16. Last season, Sharks included Cuban, Kevin O’Leary, Daymond John and Lori Greiner, as well as guest sharks such as Michael Rubin, Candace Nelson and Jason Blum.

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Finally, hidden camera show What Would You Do?, which comes from ABC News and is hosted by John Quiñones, also returns.

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